February 2018

Month: February 2018

UNIZULU Embarks on a Year of High Expectations

UNIZULU Embarks on a Year of High Expectations

The full implementation of the university’s transformation plan, recommencement of infrastructure projects and the review of academic programmes will top this year’s strategic agenda for the University of Zululand UNIZULU. Speaking at the recent UNIZULU Official Opening event, Prof Xoliswa Mtose, UNIZULU Vice-Chancellor, said the University was embarking on a year of “great expectations”. “The […]

National Accolades for Campus Health Clinic Head

National Accolades for Campus Health Clinic Head

The Head of the Campus Health Clinic at the University of Zululand UNIZULU, Sister Hlengiwe Mkhwanazi, has recently been appointed as Deputy Chairperson of the esteemed South African Association of Campus Health Services SAACHS. SAACHS was formed in 1978 with the aim of making a significant contribution to medical and paramedical fields at tertiary education […]

UNIZULU Launches Bold New Health Programme

UNIZULU Launches Bold New Health Programme

The University of Zululand made medical healthcare history on Friday, 23 February 2018, when it launched the Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) programme at its main KwaDlangezwa Campus. The event was graced by the presence of KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, students as well as staff from the University as well as Department of Health. PrEP […]

Students Proclaim Their Love of UNIZULU

Students Proclaim Their Love of UNIZULU

Today being Valentine’s Day, love is in the air. In celebration of the day, UNIZULU students however took a different approach by proudly proclaiming their love and reasons thereof for the University of Zululand.  This is what they had to say: Nosipho Malinga, third-year B Ed student and Bongeka Dlamini, second-year BA Development Studies student […]

Advancing Health Education

Advancing Health Education

The University of Zululand is gearing up for this year’s First Things First campaign which sees the advancement of  health education about sexually transmitted infections such as HIV/AIDS as well as tuberculosis and other health and social conditions affecting young people in higher education. The campaign is held under the banner of the University’s Student Services Department […]

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